[SciPy-user] Mac installers for scipy, etc.

Souheil Inati souheil.inati at nyu.edu
Wed Dec 21 09:58:35 CST 2005


Hi Chris,

When you say gcc 4.0, are you including the gcc 4.0 fortran compiler  
i.e. gfortran? Or are you using a combination of gcc 4.0 for C,C++  
and gcc 3.4 (ie g77) for Fortran.

-SI

On Dec 21, 2005, at 10:45 AM, Chris Fonnesbeck wrote:

> Hi Brian,
>
> If you plan on using f2py, you should have a FORTRAN compiler, and
> fftw 2.1.5 seems to work (although there have been reports of spurious
> output recently on both Mac and Windows).
>
> I have built and installed scipy_core and scipy on my powerbook with
> gcc 4.0 without a hitch. A month ago this did not work, but appears to
> now. Let me know if it causes any problems for you.
>
> C.
>
> On 12/21/05, Brian Granger <bgranger at scu.edu> wrote:
>> What dependencies are there for these (like fortran and fftw)?
>>
>> Also, how are you using gcc 4.0?  I thought nobody had gotten it  
>> to work on the Mac yet?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Brian Granger
>>
>>
>> Brian Granger, Ph.D.
>> Assistant Professor of Physics
>> Santa Clara University
>> bgranger at scu.edu
>> Phone: 408-551-1891
>> Fax: 408-554-6965
>>>>> fonnesbeck at gmail.com 12/20/05 7:03 PM >>>
>> For interested OS X users, I have provided mpkg installers for
>> scipy_core and scipy from svn, as well as matplotlib 0.85.1 (cvs) and
>> numarray 1.5.1. These were all built on OS X 10.4 on Python 2.4.2.
>>
>> http://trichech.us/mac
>>
>> Enjoy.



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